State and Federal law permit California Baptist University todiscriminate on the basis of religion in order to fulfill itspurpose. The University does not discriminate contrary to eitherState or Federal law. Nondiscrimination Statement Posting Details A terminal degree in the field is preferred, although candidateswith significant experience in the field and/or candidates with amaster’s degree may be considered. Candidates must embrace themission of California Baptist University and demonstrate a clearunderstanding of, and commitment to, excellence in teaching throughthe integration of the Christian faith and learning. Position Summary Position TitleAmerican Sign Language – Adjunct Teaching Responsibilities If no, please explain (required):(Open Ended Question)* Are you both familiar with and not in conflict with thefundamental doctrines and practices of the California SouthernBaptist Convention as stated in the Baptist Faith and Message datedJune 14, 2000? (Please see above link for more information)Yes (I am familiar and not in conflict)No (I am in conflict or not familiar) California Baptist University’s Department of Modern Languages& Literature invites applicants for a part-time, adjunctposition in American Sign Language. * Do you attend church regularly?YesNo * Are you a Christian?YesNo This position involves teaching responsibilities in theundergraduate area of American Sign Language. Strong candidateswill demonstrate confirmation of teaching effectiveness and fluencyin receptive and expressive skills. Quick Link to Postinghttps://jobs.calbaptist.edu/postings/6071 Qualifications Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsChristian Experience EssayOptional DocumentsResumeCover LetterCurriculum VitaeLetter of Reference 1Letter of Reference 2Unofficial Transcript
Bright Young Things Odeon George Street Friday 10-Thursday 16 October Stephen Fry’s Bright Young Things spend a lot of time at parties. In fact, they don’t really have much else to do. And going to lots of parties is really rather dreadful you know, and one gets awfully tired of it, and one feels rather like a media whore when one is always on the front page. The main problem facing this film is that lots of people would quite like to spend their time going to parties. Unless, that is, you’re Stephen Fry, who finds it all a bit trying, or Evelyn Waugh whose novel, Vile Bodies, this film is based on. The fact that you emerge from the cinema sympathising with the harsh reality of being young, bright, but really not rich enough to keep yourself in cocaine from week to week is one of the main achievements of this film. In the opening sequence, the camera pans through the kind of red-lit debauchery you really wish you found more of at Oxford before homing in on Emily Mortimer’s Nina: “I’ve never been more bored in my life”. It’s an effective technique; the social whirlwind of the society scenes contrast starkly with moments when the perky jazz music fades. Particularly poignant is when we are left alone in the distinctly unaristocratic apartment of the short-lived Lord Simon Balcairn. The music is replaced by a vitriolic condemnation of the people who sustained and then excluded him as the camera whirls faster and faster over the jiving masses. The party scenes serve as a structure for the earlier part of the film, each bathed in a different light. Indeed the film as a whole is rather beautiful, cleverly using the light of flashbulbs and candles to set scene. Its motifs may not be the most subtle – angels puking onto the hero Adam Symes’ novel and later singing about Jesus as we watch the party hostess snorting coke – but they are visually striking nonetheless. The Bright Young Things are “all to pieces” as the Hon Agatha Runcible points out, but they’re witty enough for enjoyable viewing and are surrounded by a cast of famous British actors. Richard E Grant, Jim Broadbent and Simon Callow all do their best to put on their silliest accents, which is always rather jolly. The main plot concerns Symes’ attempts to marry Nina, an event which is hampered by the continual disappearance of Broadbent’s drunken Major with the cheque that will make his fortune. The moral is that spending your time at parties doesn’t pay and money doesn’t make the world go round, but the film steps back from Waugh’s pessimistic satire towards a soft focus happy ending. Not quite what Evelyn Waugh intended, but if you can’t afford to throw a decent party you could do worse than going to watch Bright Young Things.ARCHIVE: 0th Week MT2003
The Health Secretary Matt Hancock has this evening announced that new rules on social gatherings will be introduced in Northern England to stop the spread of COVID-19. These changes will also apply in Leicester city.This is in response to an increasing trend in the number of cases per 100,000 people in the area, and data from Public Health England (PHE) and the Joint Biosecurity Centre (JBC) which suggests transmission among households is a key infection pathway in the area.The areas that these changes apply to are: It means people in these areas will not be permitted to mix with other households (apart from those in their support bubbles) in private homes or gardens.Some exemptions will be put in place, including for the vulnerable.The government will sign new regulations to make these changes legally enforceable.The regulations will give local authorities and police forces the powers to enforce these restrictions and more details on these will be set out when the regulations are published.Households may go to hospitality, for instance bars and pubs, but new guidance will make clear that two households should not go to hospitality together.Meanwhile local leaders and government have today agreed a number of changes to local restrictions in other areas.While social gathering restrictions remain in place in Leicester City, the area will benefit from the lifting of restrictions that took place on 4 July in England, and all local restrictions currently in place in the neighbouring borough of Oadby and Wigston will end.It means from Monday 3 August restaurants, cafes, bars and hairdressers in Leicester City can get back to business but leisure centres, gyms and pools will remain closed. In addition, cinemas and museums will open and religious ceremonies will be able to take place.And on Saturday 1 August, Luton will be brought in line with the rest of the country after significant progress has been made in controlling the virus.Health Secretary Matt Hancock said: We’re constantly looking at the latest data on the spread of coronavirus, and unfortunately we’ve seen an increasing rate of transmission in parts of Northern England. We’ve been working with local leaders across the region, and today I chaired a meeting of the Local Action Gold Committee. Based on the data, we decided that in Greater Manchester, parts of West Yorkshire and East Lancashire we need to take immediate action to keep people safe. The restrictions currently in place in Blackburn, announced last Friday, which saw indoor swimming pools, indoor fitness and dance studios, indoor gyms and sports facilities remaining closed, will continue.From Saturday, these leisure facilities will open in Luton, bringing it in line with the rest of the country.We have been working closely with local leaders across Greater Manchester, West Yorkshire and East Lancashire and have made the decision to bring in new restrictions on social gatherings for selected areas.For those preparing to celebrate Eid Al Adha this weekend with friends and family these restrictions will come as a blow but everyone is being urged to follow the new rules and to protect the ones they love from catching coronavirus.Mosques and other places of worship have reopened for prayer and communal worship, but in a different socially distanced and COVID-19 Secure way. This means that while mosques can remain open, many will not able to welcome as many worshippers as before.Anyone with any symptoms (a high temperature, new continuous cough, change or loss to sense of smell or taste) must isolate immediately and get a test for free by going online or ringing 119. Everyone must continue to socially distance and regularly wash their hands to help tackle the virus.Background information The spread is largely due to households meeting and not abiding to social distancing. So from midnight tonight, people from different households will not be allowed to meet each other indoors in these areas. We take this action with a heavy heart, but we can see increasing rates of coronavirus across Europe and are determined to do whatever is necessary to keep people safe. guidance on local restrictions in the north of England guidance on all local restrictions The Greater Manchester area Pendle Hyndburn Burnley Rossendale Blackburn with Darwen Bradford Calderdale Kirklees Leicester City
Following the death of the rock icon, Chuck Berry, this past Saturday, this morning, Berry’s family confirmed that Chuck, the album that Berry had been working on at the time of his death would still be released in the future. Berry had announced the new album on his 90th birthday on October 18th of last year, making it the first solo album he’d worked on in over 38 years.His family released a statement about the album via Berry’s official Facebook, noting that “Working to prepare the release of this record in recent months and in fact over the last several years brought Chuck a great sense of joy and satisfaction. While our hearts are very heavy at this time, we know that Chuck had no greater wish than to see this album released to the world, and we know of no better way to celebrate and remember his 90 years of life than through his music.”The album will be released via Dualtone Records, and the company will release more information about the record in the future. In addition to Berry, Chuck also features Charles Berry Jr. (guitar) and Ingrid Berry (harmonica), two of his children, in addition to Jimmy Marsala (bass), Robert Lohr (piano), and Keith Robinson (drums) to round out the band. You can check out the official statement from Berry’s family below. [H/T Rolling Stone]
Robert Plant is a musician who needs no introduction. As the iconic Led Zeppelin singer gears up for the release of his eleventh LP, Carry Fire, Plant has announced the first North American headline dates on his upcoming world tour celebrating the album–due out October 13. Following the release of “Bone Of Saints” and “The May Queen,” Robert Plant has released “Bluebirds Over The Mountain.” Written by rockabilly legend Ersel Hickey and later recorded by both Richie Valens and The Beach Boys, “Bluebirds Over The Mountain” features special guest Chrissie Hynde joining Plant on vocals. The track is accompanied by a striking companion visual, which you can enjoy below:On Carry Fire, Plant once again teams with his Sensational Space Shifters, a group composed of Justin Adams, John Baggott, Dave Smith and Liam “Skin” Tyson, though other numbers on the record include cameos from cellist Redi Hasa, violist/violinist Seth Lakeman, and vocalist Chrissie Hynde. Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters will begin their North American tour on February 9 at Raleigh, NC’s Memorial Auditorium and then continue through early March (complete dates below). Additional dates will be announced soon. For updates, please visit Robert Plant’s website.According to the press release, Plant is very committed to getting tickets into the hands of his fans and not scalpers or bots, and so is collaborating with Ticketmaster to sell Pre-sale tickets through its Verified Fan ® program. Fans can visit robertplant.tmverifiedfan.com to register for Verified Fan Pre-sale access now until registration closes on Wednesday, September 27, at 12pm Eastern Time. Those verified and selected will receive a text invitation two to four hours before the Pre-sale begins on Thursday, September 28 at 12pm Eastern. The general public on-sale will be on Friday, September 29.In addition, every ticket purchased online will be joined by either a physical or digital copy of the new album, Carry Fire, upon its October 13 release. Instructions on how to redeem the album will be emailed after ticket purchase.Carry Fire is available now for pre-order at all digital music retailers and via Plant’s website. All pre-orders are joined by instant grat downloads of the tracks “The May Queen” and “Bones of Saints,” along with the just unveiled album highlight “Bluebirds Over The Mountain.” Those three songs are also available now for individual purchase at all DSPs and streaming services. In addition, all pre-orders made via Nonesuch or robertplant.com will receive an exclusive limited edition print inspired by the album’s cover art.ROBERT PLANT & THE SENSATIONAL SPACE SHIFTERSCARRY FIRE NORTH AMERICAN TOUR 2018FEBRUARY9 – Raleigh, NC – Raleigh Memorial Auditorium11 – Charlotte, NC – Ovens Auditorium12 – Norfolk, VA – Chrysler Hall14 – New York, NY – Beacon Theatre16 – Boston, MA – Orpheum Theatre17 – Toronto, ON – Massey Hall20 – Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre22 – Minneapolis, MN – Orpheum Theatre24 – Denver, CO – Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre26 – Phoenix, AZ – Symphony Hall28 – Oakland, CA – Fox TheaterMARCH2 – Los Angeles, CA – Orpheum TheatreADDITIONAL DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED*****ROBERT PLANT // Carry Fire (Nonesuch/Warner. Bros)Release Date: Friday, October 131. The May Queen2. New World…3. Season’s Song4. Dance With You Tonight5. Carving Up The World Again… a wall and not a fence6. A Way With Words7. Carry Fire8. Bones Of Saints9. Keep It Hid10. Bluebirds Over The Mountain11. Heaven SentPRODUCED BY ROBERT PLANT“enwog yth wnair, gair gyrddbwyll armes, telynores twyll”
What would happen if America ceased to be – if it failed to provide the leadership in the international arena for which it is best known? Professor Paul Collier, director of the Centre for the Study of African Economies at the University of Oxford, raised these questions and more in his lecture Wednesday titled “International Human Development: Has the U.S. a Leadership Role?” Collier, whose research includes the political economy of democracy and poverty, emphasized the distinct way in which the United States must exert its influence in the world so it may more effectively foster human development. He said the United States must lead by employing soft power, the power of influence and example, as opposed to the traditional notion of hard, physical power. With its “power of example, of imitation, [soft power] is much, much stronger than people appreciate,” Collier said. The U.S. should also use soft power to communicate particular values that have empowered America but are lacking in Africa, he said. Motivation is an important aspect of any healthy, vibrant society, including the United States, Collier said. Prosperous nations and successful organizations empower individuals to make a leap of identity, internalize objectives and become motivated. Africa, he said, suffers from a chronic “failure of motivation.” “If you look at the public sector across Africa – schools, health clinics – the fundamental problem is the astonishingly low productivity of the labor force because the labor force is not motivated,” he said. Collier defined another pivotal value, neutral regard, as two-pronged: it empowers individuals to achieve a cooperative solution to problems and allows for redistribution from the better-off to the worse-off in society. Here too, he said, the developing world struggles and must look to the developed world as an example. “Quite systematically, there are big variances, big differences, between the ability of different societies to reach [a] cooperative outcome,” he said. “It is much more difficult for poorer societies than wealthy societies.” Collier emphasized the power of integrity, which has reeled in the shadows of dictatorships and crumbling democratic governments. “The poorest countries have enormous problems with high levels of corruption, low levels of integrity in their government,” he said. But Collier said the virtue of stewardship – one that even Americans have not fully embraced– is one of the most pressing. “Stewardship is the central task of the present generation of African decision makers,” he said, “in the next decade there is going to be a resource boom.” Collier praised American society as an exemplar, but stressed the urgency of communicating its values to a world greatly in need. “[The developing world] needs role models of high integrity,” he said, “which is something that America has been able to deliver dramatically over the years.”
Thirty youth participated in the 2020 Georgia 4-H State Cotton Boll and Consumer Judging Competition sponsored by the Georgia Cotton Commission on Dec. 12. In previous years, this contest was held in person at the Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton, Georgia. This year, the contest was held in a virtual format.The Cotton Boll and Consumer Judging Competition is part of the Georgia 4-H Healthy Living Program. This competitive judging contest teaches 4-H’ers to make wise consumer decisions and educates participants on cotton as an agricultural commodity in Georgia. The competition offers youth the chance to build critical thinking, public speaking and life skills in consumer economics.“Consumer Judging teaches youth how to think critically and make smart consumer decisions,” said Courtney Brown, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension 4-H specialist. “The skills learned in preparation for this competitive event are real-life skills that youth will continue to use throughout their lives when making purchases.” The state contest consists of two competition areas: judging classes and advertisements. In the judging class portion of the competition, 4-H’ers are required to judge four classes of consumer items or services and rank items based on provided details, factors and scenarios, as well as provide oral reasoning for their selections. The advertisements portion requires 4-H’ers to promote cotton and its use through a presentation.Prior to the state competition, 4-H’ers from ninth through 12th grades competed in virtual district-level contests. The first and second place senior teams at each district area contest continued on to compete at the State Cotton Boll and Consumer Judging Competition. Although the contest was held online, all contest elements were maintained. Cotton presentations were prerecorded and judged virtually. Participants examined the classes and scenarios using a timed platform, Qualtrics, and presented their reasoning to the judges live via Zoom.The first place Senior Team winners and High Overall Individual will receive Georgia Master 4-H’er status, be honored at Georgia State 4-H Congress in July in Atlanta, and represent Georgia in the Consumer Decision Making contest at Western National Roundup in January 2021 in Denver, Colorado. The second place team will also travel to Denver to represent Georgia 4-H in the Western National Roundup Family and Consumer Science Skill-A-Thon or Family and Consumer Sciences Knowledge Bowl.The winners of the 2020 Georgia 4-H Cotton Boll and Consumer Judging Competition are:TeamsFirst place: Ashley Braddy, Liam Jay, Timothy Lord and Lauren Wixson – Ben Hill CountySecond place: Liz Pridgon, Sydney Pridgon, Dana Wells and Amare Woods – Tift CountyThird place: Sierra Arnold, Lydia Belflower, Veronica Lee and Lucy Weigert – Bleckley CountyIndividualsHigh Overall Individual: Liam Jay – Ben Hill CountyHigh Presentation: Liam Jay – Ben Hill CountyHigh Placing and Reasons: Ashley Braddy – Ben Hill CountyGeorgia 4-H empowers youth to become true leaders by developing necessary life skills, positive relationships and community awareness. As the largest youth leadership organization in the state, 4-H reaches more than 190,000 people annually through UGA Extension offices and 4-H facilities. For more information, visit georgia4h.org or contact your local Extension office.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 34-year-old Centereach woman the day after she was injured in a crash in Lake Grove last week, Suffolk County police said Thursday.Corinne Maloney was a passenger in a westbound Lincoln MKL pick-up truck that struck an eastbound Honda Crosstour, which was turning into Smithaven Mall on Route 25 at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 2, police said.Maloney, both drivers and a passenger in the Honda were all taken to Stony Brook University Hospital, where Maloney later died.Fourth Squad detectives impounded the vehicles, are continuing the investigation and ask anyone with information about the crash to call them at 631-854-8452.
The Croatian Association of Banks held a meeting with representatives of the tourism sector (HUT, KUH, UPUHH, OMH) at which the measures of banks to help the tourism sector were presented. The right measure that the entire tourism sector has been waiting for and which is the only assumption that it will survive until the spring of 2021 Banks have enabled citizens and entrepreneurs engaged in tourism or their business related to tourism to defer payment of all credit obligations in lasting up to 12 months, in accordance with the guidelines of the European Banking Supervision Agency and the existing regulatory framework of the Croatian National Bank. Šime Klarić, President of the National Association of Family and Small Hotels, said that the encouraging news for all small and family hoteliers was the decision of banks regarding the rescheduling of long-term loans with a moratorium on principal repayment until June 30.06.2021, XNUMX to all tourism companies. “Small hoteliers do not have their own reserves to cover the drop in traffic and large losses in 2020 and until the summer of 2021, when we expect a more serious return of tourists. Therefore, this decision of the banks is of crucial importance for the survival of small hotels, which, in addition to bank funds, have also invested large personal or family funds and property. Along with this decision on long-term loan rescheduling, as well as the existing and expected measures of the Government, it gives us new energy for opening family hotels and quality reception of even the smallest number of guests who are ready to come to Croatia. The attitude of banks that they want to keep the hotel and tourism industry alive and healthy by the summer of 2021 proves that Croatian tourism is a solid cluster in which all stakeholders respect and hold each other and that everyone believes in a bright future for Croatian tourism. It was pointed out at the meeting that a stable banking system in Croatia will play a key role in the economic recovery, so banks are already providing new loans to preserve the liquidity of entrepreneurs in cooperation with domestic and international institutions (HBOR, HAMAG, EIF). In the forthcoming period, banks will continue to strive to provide additional sources of financing and favorable guarantee schemes, so that business entities have sufficient liquidity and the possibility of favorable financing. “During this crisis, banks proved that they are ready to support the Croatian economy and implement economic measures in accordance with the best practices in Europe. We held a meeting with representatives of the tourism sector in order to be able to hear all the proposals and present the programs that banks specifically implement for the sectors and citizens most affected by the epidemic. We are extremely glad that entrepreneurs have recognized the programs and measures of banks, and I believe that with joint efforts and cooperation we will be able to respond to all the challenges that lie ahead. ” he pointed out Director of the Croatian Association of Banks, Zdenko Adrović, Depending on the capabilities and needs of clients, regular interest rates can be settled during the moratorium, according to the existing repayment plan or, which is currently the best option for tourism entrepreneurs, the loan deadline can be extended to match monthly loan installments. inflow dynamics.
Topics : In a meeting at the House on Tuesday, the House and labor unions agreed to form a team with members of the working committee of the bill, with the aim of finding common ground for several changes to the 2003 Labor Law included in the bill. The team was initiated by the House deputy speaker and Gerindra Party member Sufmi Dasco Ahmad.”We try to hear all perspectives. The bill should be for all of us, not only for specific groups” Dasco said.Read also: Omnibus bill could hurt labor, environmental protections: World BankThe labor issues have not yet been discussed at Baleg.So far in the deliberations, the ruling Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) has been at loggerheads with its political partner in the government coalition, the Golkar Party, following concerns that the bill will further expand the powers of the presidency.The PDI-P, the constituents of which are mostly from the working class, has been reluctant to pursue the bill, which has met strong opposition from labor unions that are set to hold a massive rally in front of the House compound in Senayan, Central Jakarta at the beginning of the next House session on Friday.Golkar, on the other hand, has been a major supporter of the bill, which is one of the flagship programs of Coordinating Economic Minister Airlangga Hartarto, who is also the party’s chairman.”The job creation bill will be a breakthrough amid the global economic crisis due to COVID-19,” Golkar lawmaker Azis Syamsuddin said. “The state needs to accelerate the economy by creating jobs and investment for the welfare of the Indonesian people.” Read also: Business groups say omnibus bill could boost worker productivityHe added that the bill could also threaten environmental protections and expressed his concern that the bill’s criminal provisions would unfairly benefit the rich.“Prison sentences only apply if administrative penalties are not paid,” he said.The omnibus bill, which is one of Jokowi’s main priorities for his second term, is being deliberated by the House’s Legislation Body (Baleg). The National Commission on Human Rights (Komnas HAM) has urged President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo and the House of Representatives to stop the deliberation of the omnibus bill on job creation, saying the bill has the potential to violate human rights.”We recommend that the President and the House stop the deliberation of the bill to respect, protect and fulfill the human rights of all Indonesians,” Komnas HAM chairman Ahmad Taufan Damanik said in a virtual press conference on Thursday.Ahmad said that after studying the bill and conducting a series of discussions with civil society groups and lawmakers, the commission had found several areas of concern, including the potential rolling back of workers’ protections and expansion of central government powers.